Facility Dog Teams
DOG Name: SAYLOR
Team Since: 2017
Sherry is the Center Supervisor at the New Hanover County Juvenile Detention Center. SAYLOR works along side Sherry in her day to day work in the center. SAYLOR is there for kids while being checked in, as it can often be an intimidating and stressful process. SAYLOR is a ball of happiness that adds a unique twist to a normal detention center. SAYLOR motivates the kids to have good behavior, do their schoolwork, and helps relieve stress when they are missing home. SAYLOR also welcomes lots of pets from the detention center’s staff anytime they need some decompression. She is also in paws4people’s breeding program and has had two litter of future Assistance Dogs. The kids enjoy being able to watch SAYLOR’s puppies learn and grown into Assistance Dogs that will be changing people’s lives.
PIF 1 measures funds and "non-cash" credit from Direct Client's or Handler's direct efforts up to the $10,000 PIF 1 Goal.
PIF 2 measures funds and "non-cash" credit from a Direct Client or Handler, which does not result from a Direct Client's or Direct Handler's direct efforts. Once a Direct Client or Handler reaches the $10,000 PIF 1 Goal, then ALL funds and "non-cash" credit are applied PIF 2.